IPF due to rpcrt4.dll

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yknow

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I get on IE6(Once was IE5.5), an IPF caused by rpcrt4.dll, and i can't open addt'l windows on IE6. I downloaded an IE upgrade to IE6, and still got it. I downloaded Netscape6.2, and I get the problem there as well. I tried to download a new dll, but as it opened from a zip file, i still got no repair. Maybe I'm missing something?help
 

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Hiya and welcome

When the error comes up, is there a Details button? If so, click it and copy/paste the contents here.

Also, what is your OS?

Regards

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EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in
module RPCRT4.DLL at 01af:701424b0.
Registers:
EAX=0094095b CS=01af EIP=701424b0 EFLGS=00010212
EBX=0093c820 SS=01b7 ESP=0093c640 EBP=0093c830
ECX=77124438 DS=01b7 ESI=00000484 FS=496f
EDX=bff76855 ES=01b7 EDI=7712454e GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
ff 30 ff 75 d4 8d 85 1c fe ff ff 50 e8 bd 01 00
Stack dump:
0093cb38 00000000 00000000 0093c788 0093c93c 00000000 00000000 0093c6f8 00000000 0093c724 00000004 00000001 00000000 00000000 70bde4d8 00000000

os is win98se
 
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Probably the incorrect version of the rpcrt4.dll file. Look in the system file checker and see if you can replace it with the original
 

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Hiya

First off, lets see if you have any spyware. Go to www.lavasoftusa.org and download AddAware. Install and run, ensuring that Deep registry Scan is enabled. Remove all except any references to Web3000 or new.net. Post if you're unsure.

However, we may have some other answers as well.

As you have Win98se, have a look here;

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&th=3efe2de198d052c&rnum=1

In it, it is suggested to download the following file:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=29413&area=s

Its also confirmed here about the download:

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&th=aa33fca2e6ac3444&rnum=6

Tony, at the first of my links it mentions the DCOM and also the DUN. Would you say DCOM is the best bet?

Regards

eddie
 

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I checked, and I think DCOM 98 contains version 4.71.2900.2 of the file, and I have 4.71.2900, which is (supposedly?) older, so I think installing DCOM would be OK, and might resolve the problem

Grtz.
 

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Thanks Tony

Haven't got Win98, so just follow Tony's link, yknow.

Regards

eddie
 

yknow

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i can't click on the links cause my browser won't connect me, this is the problem this dll causes. i have to copy the link so are the "...'s" in the link part of the code that i have to copy or the sign of some letters missing that the link knows exists, and copies it to the URL?otherwise I'm missing the whole URL...get me?
 
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See if this works for you. Right click on the link and choose Copy shortcut. then right click Ie's address baqr and choose Paste.
 

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I'm not so shure Rpcert4.dll is responsible for you not being able to open windows by clicking hyperlinks.

If there's a problem there, it's usually due to other dll's getting unregistered or corrupted.

Maybe start at the beginning:

To start with, do some cleaning:

Shut down Internet Explorer and Outlook Express.
Go to Control Panel/Internet, and clear your temporary Internet Files.
Click on Settings/show files, and delete all cookies there.
Now go to the Advanced tab, and click Restore Defaults.
And go to the Security tab, and click restore defaults there as well.

Now first try setting IE5 as your default browser. Go to IE tools/internet options/programs and turn on the check box for IE to check if it is the default browser. Shut down and restart IE. When it asks to be default browser, say yes.

Also have a look at this MS article:

Internet Shortcuts in Outlook Express Don't Start Browser

It appears to refer to OE, but it's relevant all the same.

Now go to Start - Run (type each line below separately, then press OK)

regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll
regsvr32 Oleaut32.dll
regsvr32 Actxprxy.dll
regsvr32 Mshtml.dll
regsvr32 Urlmon.dll


Note: you should see a brief message after each entry.
Reboot and test IE - New Window, repost with your results.

Finally, some (and this does refer to Windows 98 only) have reported that reverting back to an older oleaut32.dll version from their CD did the trick.

So my next advice is to restore Oleaut32.dll from your Windows CD-ROM with System File Checker: How to Extract Original Compressed Windows Files

Good luck,
 

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I did whatyou said about Internet Explorer,then I did this: Now go to Start - Run (type each line below separately, then press OK)

regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll
regsvr32 Oleaut32.dll
regsvr32 Actxprxy.dll
regsvr32 Mshtml.dll
regsvr32 Urlmon.dll


Note: you should see a brief message after each entry.
Reboot and test IE - New Window, repost with your results.

THE first item on the list was unsuccessful, the rest were successful. For the first run on <regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll> the box stated:"LoadLibrary(Shodocvw.dll) failed Error returns 0x00000485 MSGSRV32 caused general protection fault in Module Krnl386.exe at 0001:000075a2" and I thought I could get past the "geek" stuff, but I'm stuck
 

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Your 0x00000485 error means the file was not found, which means you should start by extracting it from your Windows CD-ROM.
Even better, from your Internet Explorer Installation cabs, if you've held on to those, for the file there will be of a more recent version.

Do this:


Make sure your Windows CD-ROM's in the drive.
Go to Start/run, and type SFC.
Choose 'Extract One File From Installation Disk'.
Type Shdocvw.dll, not worrying about its location. Then, click Start.

Next to 'Restore From', type in or browse for the file’s location, which is probably in the Win98 folder of your installation CD-ROM (typically D:\Win98). Then, next to 'Save File In', enter C:\Windows\System, and click OK. System File Checker looks for the file, saves it as you requested, and then tells you that 'the file has been successfully extracted'.

As I said, If you still have the IE cabs, point SFC in that direction, instead of that of the Windows CD-ROM.

If you're running Millennium, the procedure is much the same, with only one difference:
1. Click Start, and then click Run. The Run dialog box appears.
2. In the Open box, type msconfig and click OK. The System Configuration Utility appears.
3. Click 'Extract file'.

And then proceed as explained at the beginning.

Good luck,
 
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